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samvenning

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I think Kerio Workspace needs a feature that shows users how much disk space each space/workspace/folder is taking up.

A service like Kerio Workspace could grow to become quite large. We need some sort of mechanism to identify where disk space is being use and a way of deleting/purging material to free-up space. A feature to export or archive a space/workspace or folder might be useful.

[Updated on: Wed, 13 October 2010 06:14]

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mikei

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or at least the admin. this really should be moved to a feature request.
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WideConnect

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Well, you can use watchdog for windows for instance. But, the error users get from Operator when maximum space is used is not very nice I guess.

This should really become an add-on in the next release.
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